Policy briefs

The Copenhagen Centre for Development Research (CCDR) policy briefs present research-based information in a brief and concise format targeted policy makers and researchers. Readers are encouraged to make reference to the briefs or the underlying research publications in their own publications.

2020 / 02

Geographic citizen science for forest monitoring and conservation

Péter József Bori, Dimitris Argyriou, Ida Theilade

2020 / 01

Rural Aspirations in Agrarian Transformation: Conceptualization and Case-Studies

Rune Bolding Bennike, Mattias Borg Rasmussen, Kenneth Bo Nielsen

/ 02

Development Futures: How the anticipation of tourism shapes life in the Nepalese Himalaya

Rune Bolding Bennike

2019 / 01

Towards participatory forestry

Jens F. Lund, Numan Amanzi, Srijana Baral, Bijendra Basnyat, Bir B.K. Chhetri, Michael Eilenberg, Christian P. Hansen, Christian Lund, Gimbage Mbeyale, Henrik Meilby, Yonika M. Ngaga, Ridish K. Pokharel, Santosh Rayamajhi, Eliezeri Sungusia, Thorsten Treue

2018 / 03

European Union Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Voluntary Partnership Agreement in Ghana: Introducing needed change or reinforcing business as usual?

Christian Pilegaard Hansen, Rebecca Rutt, Emmanuel Acheampong

/ 02

Pathway out of poverty for upland communities in Nepal: “high altitude gold” and its development potential

Mariève Pouliot, Dipesh Pyakurel, Carsten Smith-Hall

/ 01

Frontier Spaces: Territorialization and Resource Control

Christian Lund, Mattias Borg Rasmussen
2017 / 02

Rule and Rupture. State formation through the production of property and citizenship

Christian Lund, Michael Eilenberg
/ 01

Governance trends in large-scale informal urban settlements in Africa

Paul A. Stacey, Christian Lund
2016 / 02

Economic land concessions decrease rural household incomes in Cambodia

X. Jiao, C. Smith-Hall, Ida Theilade
2016 /

Case studies of natural resource access in Jharkhand, India: Implications for ’democratic’ decentralisation

S. Sareen
2015 / 04 The economic and social viability of Tanzanian Wildlife Management Areas K. Homewood, J. Bluwstein, J.F. Lund, A. Keane, M.R. Nielsen, M. Msuha, J. Olila, N. Burgess
2015 / 03 The logic of professionalization in participatory forestry Jens Friis Lund, Rebecca Leigh Rutt
2015 / 02 Community forests can contribute more to rural Nepalese livelihoods H.O. Larsen, S. Rayamajhi, C. Smith-Hall, T. Treue, H. Meilby, B.B.K. Chhetri, L. Puri, R. Pokharel, K.R. Tiwari, R.L. Rutt, S.Z. Walelign, M. Pouliot
2015 / 01 Environmental resource income is important for earthquake-hit rural households Carsten Smith-Hall, Helle Overgaard Larsen, Mariève Pouliot, Bir Bahadur Khanal Chhetri, Santosh Rayamajhi, Henrik Meilby, Lila Puri
2014 / 03 Rural livelihood trends and vulnerability to climate change: evidence from Nepal Anja Byg
2014 / 02 Communities can monitor forest carbon ‘as well as experts’

Søren Brofeldt, Simon B. L. Lægaard, Jacob K. Keldsen, Ida Theilade, Teis P. Adrian

2014 / 01 A human security perspective on natural resource conflict and rural development Jennifer Bond